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Welcome to the Parent and Carer Area of our website.

As a Parent or Carer of a child at Congleton High School, you play an important role in your child’s education. We believe that their success depends on an effective partnership and open communication between students, parents and staff here in school. 

Through our target setting and reporting system we endeavour to keep you informed about your child’s progress and accomplishments in school. Via our termly newsletter we hope to communicate information about developments and events in the school as a whole. We hope that this Parent and Carer Area will also provide a focal point for all of the other information and resources that we think you might need during your child’s time at CHS. We hope that you can find the information you are looking for. If not, please contact school and we will do our best to help.

You can see a wide range of information regarding your child's school activity and performance, including timetables, behaviour and rewards and also update your contact details via our Parent/ Carer Portal, SIMS). You can access this by clicking here.

If you require log in details for SIMS, or you are having trouble logging on, please contact Miss Casey by email: kcasey@congletonhigh.com or call 01260 730123.

To ensure that we have all the relevant emergency contact, health and general information about your child, please complete the Student Data Collection Sheet to the right of the page and return it to the School Office or your child's Form Tutor. If you are unable to print off the form, please contact the School Office or your child's Form Tutor and they will arrange for a form to be sent to you for completion.


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  • 'A respectful and orderly environment where staff and pupils can work as a team.' Ofsted 2018
  • ‘Parents, students and pupils are loyal and supportive of the school.’ Ofsted 2018
  • ‘Over 90% of parents who responded would recommend the school to another parent.’ Ofsted 2018